Ramaswamy: US presidential election 2024: Donald Trump praises his Indian-American rival Vivek Ramaswamy

Former US President Donald Trump praised the Indian-American entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy for doing well in the recent Republican primary poll, CBS YouGov. Vivek Ramaswamy announced his candidacy for the presidency of 2024.
In a statement, Trump said he loved Ramaswamy because he had nothing but nice things to say about him and all the work the Trump administration has done.
“I’m thrilled to see Vivek Ramaswamy doing so well in the latest Republican primary poll, CBS YouGov,” Trump wrote on his social media platform, Truth Social.
“He’s on par with Mike Pence and looks like he’s about to catch Ron DeSanctimonious. What I love about Vivek is he has nothing but good things to say about ‘President Trump’ and everything the Trump administration has done so well is doing – That’s why he’s doing so well. Either way, good luck everyone, they’re going to need it!” he added.
Earlier in February, healthcare and tech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy announced his candidacy for the 2024 US presidential election. “We celebrated our ‘diversity’ so much that we forgot all the ways we are very much the same as Americans, bound by ideals that united a divided and stubborn group of people 250 years ago. I believe deep in my bones those ideals still exist. I am running for President for the revive,” Ramaswamy tweeted in a video announcing his intention to run for president.
He reiterated that this was not just a political campaign, “but a cultural movement”. “Faith, patriotism and hard work are gone. Revivalism, climatism and gender ideology have replaced them.
In the CBS News/YouGov survey of likely Republican primary voters, Ramaswamy was slightly ahead of former US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley.
Vivek Ramaswamy, 37, is from southwestern Ohio. Her mother was a geriatric psychiatrist and her father worked as an engineer at General Electric. Ramaswamy said, “Diversity” is not our strength. Our strength is the set of ideals that unite us through our differences. Without it, ‘diversity’ is meaningless.”
He added, “We live in a culture that rejects truth and embraces relativism; who rejects equality and embraces “equity”; who rejects excellence and embraces victimhood. I’m all for America first, but first we have to rediscover what America is. .” Vivek Ramaswamy is the second Indian-American to run in the 2024 Republican presidential primary after Nikki Haley.


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